There will almost certainly be times when you’ll need to look outside your organisation for the right people and specialist skills to build new steam plant, extend your existing system to meet changing needs, or even to keep your system at peak performance. That’s why it makes sense to take advantage of our expert capabilities and extensive resources to make your life easier. Our steam system audits, for example, focus on your key business demands, whether energy saving, environmental performance, safety and regulatory compliance, or something else.
From a straightforward steam trap survey to project managing a complete new build, our experienced project teams will tailor services to deliver the best return on your steam system investment. We won’t try to impose services on you that you don’t really need. Services are delivered flexibly, as required. That could mean anything from a one-off project right up to experts working permanently on a large site to support ongoing operations.
Choose a steam system audit to benchmark your overall system. We'll scale an audit to your needs, from assessing just a single plant room, right up to your entire steam system.
Specifying the right equipment for your system is critical, but if installation and commissioning are not undertaken accurately, plant performance can fall short. We offer full support when the equipment arrives on site, ensuring rapid installation and precise commissioning.
Having invested in new plant or in a programme to improve your steam system to bring it up to its best operating efficiency, you'll want to keep it that way. Often, the most cost-effective way to do this is to outsource some or all maintenance work to us through a Service Agreement.
Eliminating wet or dirty steam can cut your energy costs, improve productivity and product quality, as well as reduce maintenance workload.
Surveys cover a wide range of equipment including steam traps, high limit control equipment and condensate pumps. Each survey first measures your system's current efficiency and identifies areas of improvement and the potential savings to be gained.